Outing kingpin Mike Rogers, once known as “the most feared man in Washington,” is hinting that he may soon expose a closeted member of Congress.
There’s a big difference between outing and reporting. I’m a reporter, I report on hypocrisy,” Rogers told U.S. News. “If I have one case that’s off, I’m out of the business, [but] I will never be sued for what I do because I’m right.” The blogger said he currently knows of three “anti-gay” members of the U.S. House of Representatives who are themselves gay. Rogers refused to say when he might disclose information on these members or what might provoke such a revelation, maintaining that as a journalist he holds some cards close to the vest. But Rogers said he’s about to get his hands on concrete evidence that one “anti-gay” member of the House of Representatives engages in gay sex. “Oh, it’s going to happen because it has been happening for a long time,” he said.
My first guess would be Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL).